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7.2 IP, 1 ER, 1 BB, 10 K


He's had nasty stuff for awhile, but he's been walking way too many the last few years. If he can suddenly throw strikes, that's a huge addition. Lefty relief was a weakness anyway, and now we need every reliever we can get with the run of injuries.


Sure, I'd rather have Chris Archer, but any bit of value from the original Garza trade is kinda cool.

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Zac Rosscup, Now Featuring a Faster Slider

What we’re seeing here is that Rosscup is no longer forced to go to the slider on two-ball counts (thus heading, likely enough, towards another walk). When he does go to the slider on a two-ball count this year, he can put it somewhere near the middle of the zone to try to trick the batter into a called strike, confident that the batter won’t be able to hit it at its new, improved velocity.
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